“God is My Reward” | Tuesday of Holy Week

(cf. Isaiah 49:1-6) Throughout Lent the Roman liturgy often sings of the “rewards” or fruits of fasting and penance: sobriety and clarity of mind, a humbled heart, works of mercy, and forgiveness of sins—rewards that are gifts from God and which dispose us to an even greater attentiveness to Him. We can rest more fully […]

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“Something Beautiful” | Monday of Holy Week

“But Jesus said, ‘Let her alone; why do you trouble her? She has done a beautiful thing to me’” (Mk 14:6). This verse, although not recorded by St. John in his account of the anointing at Bethany is recorded by both Matthew and Mark, indicating how deeply Mary’s gesture touched our Lord’s heart, His priestly heart. […]

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Following the Spirit in Freedom: Lessons from the Lord’s Presentation

“Don’t forget that you are a temple of God. The Paraclete is in the center of your soul: listen to him and follow his inspirations with docility. Don’t hinder the work of the Paraclete: seek union with Christ so as to be purified….” St. Josemaria Escriva The Way, nos. 57-58 Traditionally the feast of our […]

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PODCAST | “The Love of God”

On this podcast we are invited to contemplate the apostles’ first encounter with Jesus Christ and how that experience was an encounter with the love He had for them. Jesus is human love with a human nature–the Word made flesh. After Jesus’ first conversation with Andrew and John, Andrew left the Lord’s house a new […]

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